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Government

New state law hampers workplace ICE raids

California employers can't voluntarily let immigration officials access private employee records other than I-9 employment eligibility verification forms without a subpoena or a warrant signed by a judge, according to a new state law that went into effect Jan. 1.

SF sued for alleged discrimination against trans woman

A state agency has sued the city of San Francisco for allegedly discriminating against a transgender woman by preventing her from using a women's restroom in a city building.

Mayor Lee moves to speed new home construction

San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee on Thursday announced that he will speed up the process for creating new homes in The City.

 

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